Ronnie L. McNeal, 50, passed away on Friday, July, 2, 2021 at Center for Hospice Care, Mishawaka.
Born on June 21, 1971 in Plymouth, Indiana he was the son of Gene and Sheila (Green) McNeal.
He attended Plymouth High School. Ronnie and Belinda met in the 9th grade and became high school sweethearts and they were married on January 16, 1992 at the courthouse.
Ronnie worked for Maax Tub making showers and bathtubs as well as Tom’s Tasty Tator’s making walleye sandwiches and spuds. Known as an extrovert, he loved people always acting goofy and telling a joke. He was passionate, caring and had a soft heart. He loved watching Nascar, especially Kevin Harvick. Fishing for pan fish at the Mississinewa Lake, camping, bowling, volunteering at the Blueberry Festival and taking a nap in his favorite chair.
Ronnie left a legacy for his children reminding them to always be themselves and to put their heart into everything they do.
He is survived by his father Gene of Plymouth; wife Belinda of Plymouth; children: Josh (Melissa) McNeal of Plymouth; Kristen (Cameron) Nelson of Indianapolis; Kara McNeal of Plymouth; sister Cindy (Jeff) Hunter of Plymouth; brother Gene (Mary) McNeal Jr. of Etna Green; grandchildren: Madison, Maggie, Maci and Jeffrey; as well as several nieces and nephews.
Ronnie is preceded in death by his mother Sheila and his dog Harley.
Per the family’s request there will be a celebration of life at a later date.
Memorial contributions can be made to American Cancer Society, 30 Red Coach Dr. Mishawaka, IN 46545.
Sandra miller says
I am so sorry to hear of Ronnie’s passing, prayers to Belinda and all of Ronnie’s family
Tammy Goins says
So sorry for your loss. The world has lost a great man . Prayers to the family.
Mike and Pat McQuisten says
We are so very sorry for your loss, may God give you comfort and peace in some small way each day.
Alyssa Werner says
Ronnie and I worked together at Maax. He was always passionate, funny and supporting. He always knew how to make me laugh when things went bad. I will always love him. He was an amazing friend.
Rest in Peace, Ronnie. May your family heal.
Barbara Lohse says
My deepest sympathy to his family. Ron was a very small boy when I first met him. I hadn’t seen him since the passing of his mother. He now walks with her in heaven.
Jim Spiek says
Belinda, I am very sorry for your family’s loss.
I am so sorry to see this! You guys are in my thoughts and prayers! I love you guys!!!
Marlaina Beauchamp says
So sorry to hear this, such a kind soul he will be dearly missed by many. RIP Ronnie!!